Heavy rain continues to soak portions of the South and has triggered instances of flash flooding in Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
At this time, it is being reported that the latest activity has mainly affected roads and is not currently considered to be a major threat.
According to the National Weather Service, 1-2 additional inches of precipitation can be expected across the Southern region through Thursday.
As storms continue to move east, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has issued a statewide emergency declaration to ensure smooth recovery efforts.
WSFA NBC 12 (Gov. Ivey declares State of Emergency after Alabama flooding)
Office of Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (Governor Ivey Issues State of Emergency to Aid in Alabama Flooding Recovery Efforts)
Associated County ZIP Code List (Statewide)
Impacted City List (Reported Home Damage)
NOTE: The above list is approximate and does not represent all areas containing such damage. In addition, all associated ZIP codes have been provided for each location by default (due to media report limitations). As a result, some included individual ZIP code areas may not have been directly impacted.
Related Safeguard.is Updates:
Tennessee Landslides/Flooding (2/18/20)
Mississippi Flooding (2/17/20)
Southern Storms (2/13/20)